If it grows, we've got it.

AC Plant & Turf Care is the standard for plant, tree, and turf care on Delmarva.

If it grows, we've got it.

AC Plant & Turf Care is the standard for plant, tree, and turf care on Delmarva.

We take pride in doing things differently

At Arbor Care, we value our customers above all else. By embracing the latest in plant, tree, and turf science, we stay on the cutting edge of making your landscaping the best it can be.

Made up of a team of certified arborists, customer service experts, and more, your experience is guaranteed to be unforgettable.

Our Certified Professionals Are Here To Help You Grow Your Landscaping Investments.

Take Your Landscaping To The Next Level.

At Arbor Care, we approach all landscaping challenges with innovative plant science solutions. Afraid your plants & shrubs might have health issues? Tired of weeding your plant beds all the time? Is your lawn not as green and lush as you've always wanted it to be? No matter what you need to improve, our talented team can help you choose and appropriate solution to reach your goals.

Work with you to figure out exactly what you need

Help you select the appropriate program

Tailoring our communication to fit your expectations

Make you feel a part of the AC Family

We know that once you've worked with AC Plant & Turf, you'll only trust us with your landscaping investments.

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With our Plant Care Programs, we're ready to make your landscaping the best it can be all year round.

Plant Care


We know turf. Want a lawn that will make the whole neighborhood jealous? We can help.

Turf Care

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Keep your trees as healthy as possible with AC's tree injections, sprays, and more.

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Prunicola Scale: What You Need to Know

Biology: Prunicola scales, like other scales, are tiny insects that feed on the sap of plants. The preferred hosts of prunicola scale are cherry laurels and other Prunus species like flowering cherry, plum, and peach trees. It is also known to infest lilac, butterfly bush, red twig dogwoods, holly, boxwood, and privet. It can be…
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Crape Myrtle Bark Scale (CMBS): What You Need to Know

Biology: CMBS, like other scales, are tiny insects that feed on the sap of plants and exude a sweet, sticky substance called honeydew, promoting the growth of black sooty mold. Crape myrtles are the only host of this pest. Left untreated, infestations will turn the branches of Crape Myrtle, and nearby surfaces, black in a…
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Plant Care Spring Season: What You Need to Know

Clean-up: Please get with your landscaper to ensure leaves are removed around your plants to prevent the spread of disease. March is the time to prune shrubs to remove dead, diseased, or malformed branches. With temperatures warming, your landscaper may apply the recommended one-inch layer of compost around all plants and cover it with a…
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Poa Annua: What You Need to Know

Biology: Poa annua, is a winter annual grassy weed that is difficult to control in turf. Seeds germinate in late summer, early fall, and into spring when you will begin to see growth. Annual bluegrass is found throughout the United States, particularly in highly compacted, excessively wet soils. It has a clumping growth habit and…
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Nutsedge: What You Need to Know

Biology: Nutsedge is a very aggressive and persistent weed that commonly infest lawns, gardens, or any home landscapes during the warmer months. At times, it can be difficult to eradicate and control. Successful management of nutsedge involves both cultural and chemical management. Identification: Nutsedge, often called “nutgrass”, closely resembles grass, and can be distinguished by…
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Japanese Beetles: What You Need to Know

Important Points: Japanese Beetles feed on the leaves, flowers, or fruits of many species of plants. Japanese Beetles start off as Grubs. Grubs chew grass roots, causing the turf to turn brown and die-off. Pic 1 Japanese Beetles emerge around June/July every year. Pic 2 Preventive treatments include our third, Flea, Tick, & Grub, lawn…
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